You can help crowd-fund an important scientific research trip — along with a videographer and journalist to cover it. Climate De-Crocker Peter Sinclair explains:
On April 21, 2013, the Dark Snow Project brought a bit of Greenland to Manhattan, to illustrate the importance of this summer’s planned expedition to sample Greenland ice. It kicked off the last leg of our historic citizen-science crowd funding campaign.
If this final fundraising push is successful, I’ll be traveling in June to the Greenland Ice sheet as part of a scientific expedition to investigate the steady darkening and increasing melt of that important ice sheet. Bill Mckibben will be coming along to write this up for Rolling Stone, as well.
Here is a video on the Dark Snow Project:
They are almost half-way to their $150,000 target. Let’s see if Climate Progress readers can take them over $100,000. Here’s how:
One, you can go to Darksnowproject.org, and make a donation at the bottom of the page. Two, you can text darksnow to 50555.